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Roc Marciano had one of his best years ever. But before 2012 comes to a close, the Long Island rapper drops one more loose cut called “Bally Belts.”
After an album’s worth of loose singles, bonus cuts and even some songs that made the final tracklist, Roc Marciano’s sophomore album, Reloaded, will be in stores tomorrow. But if you can’t wait until then, the full album stream is available here.
Roc Marciano’s new album, Reloaded, is finally out tomorrow, but here are a couple of more cuts to hold you over. “Stop Me” is produced by Just Blaze while “Thread Count” has a beat courtesy of Q-Tip.
Yet another Roc Marciano record, but this one will actually be on his forthcoming Reloaded album. The song is called “Nine Spray” and it features Brownsville rappers Ka, one of his select collaborators.
This actually appeared over the weekend, but better late than never. Roc Marciano drops yet another loosie cut called “Her Vice,” featuring guest verse (a rare occurrence in the L.I. rapper’s catalog). from Knowledge Pirate.
Roc Marciano over a De La Soul sample? Yep, it sounds as good as it does on paper (or, on screen). On “Hey Love,” the Long Island tough rhymes slinger goes to work over the instrumental to the same titled De La tune from their De La Soul Is Dead album.
Roc Marciano drops another new, but not really new, song from the catalog. Here we have “Bozak,” which was originally intended to appear on 2010’s critically acclaimed Marcberg album.
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